A West African re-enactment of The Beatles’ last ever recorded studio album Abbey Road.
The London Astrobeat Orchestra are a funky, rhythmic, anthemic, percussive, and earth-shatteringly tight live band. They perform the treasured Beatles classics over a backbeat of Afro-Mandingue grooves embellished with intricate Malian Kora.
WHY? This is AfroBeatleMania!!!
£15 (£13 Supporters)
The ‘Sufi sisters’ were propelled into the limelight in 2016’s Indian TV talent show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa.
Since then Hashmat and Sultana have been winning the hearts of audiences in India and internationally with their contemporary twist on traditional Punjabi folk and ancient Sufi music. They are now touring the UK with a full live band.
WHY? The duo are an internet sensation with over 25 million views online for their song Rang
'A bursting, transcendent performance of religious Sufi music mixed with contemporary Indian beats and thumping kick drums' Rhythm Passport
Presented in association with Asian Arts Agency
It's 1959 and a stormy night forces a group of friends to run for shelter at their local diner.
They only have the wireless and their guitars for entertainment. The friends reminisce on their favourite songs from the 1950s. Featuring the music of Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Bill Haley and many more, this is definitely a night to remember!
WHY? A journey back in time to celebrate the music of Rock and Roll!
Presented by Jazz at the Farm
Tina's stunning range, creative dexterity and repertoire equally suits her on-stage performances in Paris, New York and recently, Australia as well as the intimate club-style presentation of Jazz at Norden Farm.
Supported by a special Quartet, Will Gibson (alto & tenor sax), Alex Hutton (piano), Andy Cleyndert (bass) and David Ingamells (drums).
£15 (£13 conc), £5 under 16s
Presented by Jazz at the Farm.
Featuring sparklingly creative musicians from the stable of The Pendulum Jazz Orchestra, who are rapidly rising to become the UK's young jazz statesmen. You will know them!
WHY? With Simon Allen (saxes), Paul Jordanous (trumpet), Alex Hutton (piano), Andy Cleyndert (bass) and Clark Tracey (drums).
£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)
Pat Abernethy (from Belfast) and Dave Marsden (from Dublin) return to their Irish roots for this intimate evening of music and stories.
All the songs reflect the Irish spirit in its many forms - nostalgia, romance, emigration, politics, loss, humour and more. Between songs, you will also be regaled with stories from their days in Ireland.
WHY? Featuring songs from the likes of Paul Brady, Tommy Makem, The Furey Brothers, Van Morrison and Val Doonican
Presented by Isosceles
£14 (£12 conc)
One of Scotland’s foremost folk singers, Siobhan Miller is an exceptional talent.
She is renowned for her unique vocal style paired with evocative song-writing, and a fusion of indie and alternative music with her strong folk roots. She is backed by three musicians on guitar, bass and fiddle.
WHY? Alongside a 2018 BBC Radio 2 Folk Award, she is the only ever three-time winner of Scots Singer of the Year at the BBC Alba Scots Trad Music Awards
The Americana duo are travelling troubadours with a desire to build on foundations laid by their musical predecessors.
Alyssa and Doug Graham draw on American folk culture, experimenting further on their new record. Their music is inspired by journeys on rail, river and along Route 66. Doug's masterful resonator slide-work and harmonies fuel Alyssa's locomotive voice and driving guitar chords.
WHY? ‘Real emotive, powerful lyrics that make your hairs on your arms stick up’ Fatea Records
£14 (£12 conc)
Maidenhead Music Society presents
Haydn Sonata no. 53 hob. XVI/34
Chopin Scherzo no 1 B minor op. 20
Debussy Pour le piano
Ravel Jeux d'eau
Chopin Preludes op. 28
The Belgian pianist plays a programme including the first of Chopin’s Scherzos and all 24 of his op.28 preludes.
WHY? ‘Marie has a highly distinctive way of playing, emotional and intuitive’ Challenge Records
£15 (MMS Members £10), £5 under 18s or 1 free with an adult ticket